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$449 -- Bahamas Cruise: 3rd & 4th Guests Free, Roundtrip NYC*

Sold out - (March 18, 2014) A new deal from this source was published on March 06, 2015
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By Ryan Rose

Update (10:50 p.m. ET, March 14): Onboard credit has been reduced to $40 per cabin, but rates have been extended until March 18.

Escape the Big Apple for a weeklong cruise to the Bahamas for $449 per person -- a savings of $200 per person on regular rates. This deal allows third and fourth guests to sail for free when sharing the same cabin

Sail aboard the Norwegian Gem on May 31 or Sept. 6 and snag a $65 ship credit per cabin. Cruise roundtrip from New York City to Port Canaveral (Orlando) before visiting Great Stirrup Cay and Nassau in the Bahamas.

The Norwegian Gem is fully stocked with onboard activities: catch a comedy show, find lady luck in the casino, play Nintendo Wii on a two-story screen, scale the rock-climbing wall, throw strikes in the bowling alley or just relax poolside.

Click here for more information on this deal. This is part of a larger Norwegian Cruise Line sale including Bermuda departures from Boston, additional summer sailings from New York and discounted rates on upgraded staterooms.   

Note: Taxes are an additional $155 per person. Third and fourth guests sailing in the same same stateroom only pay taxes.

Book by March 18.  Top 20 deal – sells out quickly.
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